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I’ve got talent A teacher’s international competence 

Tuesday 13 December, at 4–5 pm EET (UTC +2)

The EduCluster Finland (ECF) recruitment drive for the academic year 2023–24 is approaching: we look forward to receiving your applications in January 2023.

Are you looking for to explore international career opportunities in teaching?

Join our online event to hear from Finnish teaching professionals currently working at ECF partner schools in Qatar, Oman and India. The teachers will be sharing their firsthand experiences of work and life in an international setting. Could you be next?

Who’s the event for? Teachers with a Finnish teaching qualification (class teachers, subject teachers, SEN teachers, ECEC teachers) who are interested in working abroad.

What is a teacher’s international competence made up of?

  • knowledge and skills
  • attitude and orientation
  • special characteristics and requirements of international work
  • adapting to a new country and culture

Got questions? Event participants will be able to chat with the teachers as well as ECF experts during the event.

Event info

  • Tuesday 13 December, at 4–5 pm EET (UTC +2)
  • SpatialChat online platform – you will receive the link when you sign up
  • Event language is Finnish
  • Event is free of charge

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ECF Trainee Pool is now open!

The ECF Trainee Pool is designed to serve teacher students who are looking for a trainee placement abroad. To find out more and to apply, please visit educluster.fi/traineepool

Our research-based tool – Managing Diversity in International Educational Environments Competence Matrixidentifies 15 key competences advantageous for adapting to working life in an international setting. Feel free to explore!

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